The DBNTC-JPMC-FDIC Settlement agreement can be found at this link: DBNTC-JPMC-FDIC Settlement agreement - PDF.The DBNTC-JPMC-FDIC Settlement remains subject to judicial approval in a procedure to be filed by DBNTC in California, and if approved, will result in the dismissal of the four WAMU-related actions pending in the U. District Court for the District of Columbia and the appeal pending in the U. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit.We specialise in this area because we understand that navigating the trust during a relationship breakdown, only adds unnecessary pressure to you and your family.
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: only those Authorized Claimants (i) who purchased Floating Rate Notes, 7.250% Notes and/or Series R Stock during the Class Period; (ii) whose claim calculated to a Securities Act Loss under the Court-approved Plan of Allocation; (iii) who received a distribution with respect to that loss; and (iv) who cashed their distribution checks will be eligible to share in the funds obtained through the Settlement.
You do not need to submit a Claim Form or take any other action to be eligible to receive funds obtained through the proposed Settlement.
Pursuant to the Distribution Order, Authorized Claimants whose distribution amounts were less than the $20.00 minimum threshold did not receive a payment.
In March 2015, an additional proposed settlement was reached with the trustee for the liquidation of Lehman Brothers Inc.The WMI Bankruptcy Settlement - PDF, as amended from time to time, remains integral to and incorporated in the Plan.The Plan and Settlement became effective on March 19, 2012. The most recent receivership balance sheet summary can be found at the following link: (WAMU Quarterly Receivership Balance Sheet Summary).This estimate is based on the amount of the distributions made to date in the SIPA Proceeding and the estimated potential amount of all future distributions.The amount recovered, less Court-approved fees and expenses will be allocated among eligible Authorized Claimants.The funds received in connection with the Allowed Class Claim will be distributed to eligible Authorized Claimants together with future distributions of the net settlement funds from the previously achieved settlements.